Fundraising Alert :
Please find us on Indigogo with our current film project "A Gun in the House." Click here to see the trailer for this work in progress and to learn more.
The prime purpose of creating “A Gun in the House” a 10-minute live action film is to keep our fellow Americans focused on the horrors of Sandy Hook, Columbine, Aurora, and the thousands of American people killed by all sorts of firearms each year.
This is a new film produced by We Care About Kids, a 501 (c) (3) non-profit film company established in 1994. All donations are tax deductable. Our principals work pro bono except for accounting and part-time help. All donations help make our socially relevant short films. We have enough funds to complete the production phase of this film but we need more for the post-production which includes (1) editorial expenses, (2) post-production sound, (3) music composition and (4) titles.
Mr. Rich, president of the company, has loaned the production company $21,000 of his own money to complete the production phase of this movie. Any money not used on this film will go into the next project pertaining to national problem of bullying in grade schools.
Please consider making a donation to this important film project. If you need more information, please contact us.
All donations go directly to fundraising, film production, the distribution of the films, fundraising for various educational projects as well as needy members of the film community. All the members of the board work pro bono – they receive no salary.
We visit schools across the country
- Film Screenings of various
movies produced by We Care About Kids
- Celebrity appearances and discussion
sessions at the schools called "Junior Town Hall Meetings"
about subject matter viewed
- Printed materials for students